A HELPFUL GUIDE TO OUR WOOD FLOOR TEXTURES
Texture explains how a piece of wood feels. Different woods will feel smoother than others, and the wood’s surface texture is determined by the number of sanding, brushing and smoothing processes it has undergone.
Whether you’re looking for a floor that is gently undulating, a rough sawn texture that adds character, or something more subtle and smooth, we have lots of options for you to choose from.
SMOOTH & DELICATELY SMOOTH
A traditionally planed texture.
Fine sanded to a flat surface.
Delivering a uniform appearance.
Irregular surface indentations.
Featuring broken edges.
Replicates a ‘wear and tear’ aesthetic.
BRUSHED & LIGHTLY BRUSHED
Brings alive wood grain through brushing.
Reveals the timbers natural grain.
Creates characterful texture.
A band sawn face texture.
Strong evidence of surface delineation.
Defined marks across full surface.
An innovative surface technique.
Applies an intermittent sawn texture.
Gives a softer, more gentle appearance than Sawn.
Irregular surface shape.
Creating random appearance across the floor.
Rounded pillow edges enhance the texture.
Deep and wide striations run intermittently.
Furrowed surface gives the appearance of natural erosion.
Represents wood that been exposed to the elements.